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Salam Atta Sabri's lecture: Modern Art in Iraq

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  • Modern Art in Iraq Prepared by Salam Atta Sabri 2012
  • "If any artist seeks a goal they should put all their efforts and life in it and they should observe all the old to create the new" Jewad Selim The artistic cultural heritage reflects the life of the community, its history and its identity. Its preservation helps to rebuild broken communities, re-establish their identities, and link their past with their present and future.
  • Roots of Creativity• First general of Iraqi artists studied in Military Academy in Istanbul, miniature painting and Arabic calligraphy. Abed Alqadir Al-Rasam, Mohammed Salim Moussali, Hassan Sami, Mohammed Saleh Zaki, Assem Hafith.• 1930 first – Industrial and Agriculture Exhibition- by King Faisal I , Jawad Salim , Hafidh Al-Dorooby, Atta Sabri.
  • Governmental Support1931- Ministry of Knowledge, Akram Shukry- UK.1935- King Faisal I, Faik Hassan- Paris, School Ecole desbeaux Art.1937- Ministry of Knowledge, Hafidh Al-Dorooby, AttaSabri- Italian Royal, Academy of Art.1939- Painting Department-Institute of Fine Art, Baghdad. Faik Hassan Akram Shukry
  • They were known by their fruitsThe Friends of Art Association, established1941, Abed Alqadir Al-Rasam, Mohammed SalimMoussali,Nahida Al-Haydery, Hassan Sami,Mohammed Saleh Zaki, Reshad Hatim, AssemHafith, Fathi Safwat, Shaukat Al-Khafaf, DanielQasab, Essa Hanna, Jawad Saleem, Said AliMathlum, Medahtt Ali, Hafidh Al-Dorooby andAtta Sabri.
  • Harvests Time•Akram Shukry- university of London,Slade School of Fine Art 1931.•Jawal Salim,France and Romo1938.•Qassim Naji, Camberwell, College of Arts1939.•Faik Hassn. Ecole Superieure des beaux Art, Paris1939.•Hafidh Al-Dorooby, Goldsmith College UK 1950.•Atta Sabri, university of London,Slade School of Fine Art 1950.•Ismail Al-Shikhly,Ecole Superieure des beaux Art,Paris1951.•Ismail Fattah- Academy of Fine Arts, Rome1963.•Khaled Al-Rahhal, Academy of Fine Arts, Rome 1964.
  • Movements – Fine Art Group/•The (S.P) Pioneers 1950, Faiq Hassan.•Baghdad Group of Modern Art 1951, Jawad Saleem.•The Impressionists 1952, Hafidh Al-Dorooby.•The Innovationists1965, Neda Kadem, Selman Abbass•The New Vision1968, by Dia Al-Azawi and Rafa Al-Nasiri.•The One Dimension 1970, Mohamed Ghany Hekmatt. Hafidh Al-Dorooby.
  • Cultures Cooperation•The British Council, exhibition1950s, Iraqi artists whohad studied in UK.with Jawad Saleem, Lorna Saleem,Jibra Ibrahim Jibra, Hafidh Al-Dorooby, Atta Sabri,Khalid Al-Bassam, Mahmoud Sabri.•American Friends of the Middle East Association,exhibitions and trips to U.S.A, Jawad Saleem, FaiqHassan. Atta Sabri
  • Exhibition• Iraqi Artists Association 1956, by King Faisal II, first president.• Al-Mansour Club art Exhibition, 1956, 1957, 1958, by King Faisal II.• Touring exhibition 1556, Ross Thomas and Atta Sabri, Mousul, Kurdstan and Baghdad
  • Western’s influences•IraqiArtists Association 1956, by King Faisal II, firstpresident.•Al-Mansour Club art Exhibition, 1956, 1957, 1958, by KingFaisal II.•Museum of Modern Art, established 1962, GulbenkianFoundation.•Academy of Art, establish1963, Baghdad.
  • Protection of Iraqi heritage• House of Folklore 1970, Institute of Art Traditional Crafts, by Atta Sabri.• Documentation Iraqi heritage, Dr Kalid Al-Jader, Atta Sabri ,Najeeb Younis.
  • Saving the pioneers artworks• Baghdad Art Center, established 1986.• A hall for each pioneer.• Budget, buy artworks from pioneer and others.
  • Looting Treasures Today 734 2003 - Baghdad Center for Arts, was looted. Before 2003, Over 7,000 works.Protection of artistic cultural heritage in the Event of Armed Conflict
  • Looted location • Baghdad Center for the Arts, had over 7,000 works • Baghdad International Airport , 50 artworks, mostly murals • Al-Rashid Hotel, over 20 monumental works (painting and sculpture) some 900 original prints, graphic art of Rafa Al- Nasiri and Hashim Al-Taweel. • Republican Palaces, unknown numbers of artworks, craft, gifts, and documents. • Conferences Palace, uncertain number of artworks, large scales.
  • Accomplishments and InitiativesRetrieved 734 artworks by•Popular Committee, Mohamed Ghany Hekmatt, 82 artworks.•Book Dr.Nada Shabout…….•Red list Iraqi artworks-Missing.•Direct contact, Dia Al-Azawi, (Lost City) P87.•Interpol, Publications, stolen artworks.•FBI. Publications, stolen artworks.•Embassy of Swiss (bought and dedicated 43 artworks).•Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), 13 artworks.•US Embassy in Baghdad- Iraq and Dubai.
  • Currently DevelopmentOver 6.000 stolen artworks.•New Project.•Book, Emergency red list.•Object, Connecting People and Bridging Information.• Goal, Strategy for Targeting O rganized P iracy.•CDs of almost the missing artworks, Modern Art Museum, Baghdad.•Catalogues and Documents.•Need support and funding from Institutes, Museums andBusinessmen.•Distribution by ICOM.
  • Result• Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict• Illicit Traffic of Cultural Property.• Promoting the Return of Cultural Property• Retrieval of artwork in case of Illicit Appropriation.I trust the present collection of artworks will give not only an idea of what I have tried to say, but also some visual pleasure to those who might want to know more about Iraq art.
  • QUESTIONS?
  • Hassan Abd Alwan
  • Faraj Abou
  • Mahoud Ahmad
  • Layla Al-Attar
  • Widad Al-Awrfley
  • Dhiea Al-Azawi
  • Atta Sabri
  • Ardash Kafakyan
  • Jawad Saleem
  • Mohamed Arif
  • Jawad Selim
  • Souad Al-Attar
  • Hafidh Al Dorooby
  • Hafidh Al Dorooby
  • Ali Al Jaberi
  • Ali Al Jaberi
  • Khaled Al Jader
  • Khaled Al Jader
  • Khaled Al Jader
  • Khaled Al Jader
  • Khaled Al Jader
  • Khaled Al Jader
  • Sadie Al Kaibi
  • Rafi Al Naseri
  • Rafi Al Naseri
  • Rafi Al Naseri
  • Rafi Al Naseri
  • Rafi Al Naseri
  • Amir Al Obaidi
  • Khaled Al Rahhal
  • Khaled Al Rahhal
  • Nouri Al Rawi
  • Nouri Al Rawi
  • Miran Al Sadie
  • Miran Al Sadie
  • Idane Al Sheikhli
  • Isma’el Al Sheikhly
  • Isma’el Al Sheikhly
  • Isma’el Al Sheikhly
  • Isma’el Al Sheikhly
  • Isma’el Al Sheikhly
  • Sa’ád Al Taiee
  • Hashem Al Tawel
  • Alaa Basheer
  • Rakan Dabdoob
  • Ismail Fattah Al Turk
  • Ismail Fattah Al Turk
  • Ismail Fattah Al Turk
  • Ismail Fattah Al Turk
  • Ismail Fattah Al Turk
  • Mohamed Arif
  • Mohammed Ghani Hekmet